Tag: Windows Server 2012 R2

PowerShell One-liner to list IP Addresses of Hyper-V Virtual Machines

Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server

Here a very quick PowerShell command to list all the Virtual Network Adapters, including IP...
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Windows Sysprep for Virtual Machines

Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server • 7 Comments

For using the same system image for different virtual machines or physical computer, Microsoft created a tool called sysprep.exe. This blog...
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Basic Networking PowerShell cmdlets cheatsheet to replace netsh, ipconfig, nslookup and more

Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server • 14 Comments

Around 4 years ago I wrote a blog post about how to Replace netsh with Windows PowerShell which includes basic powershell networking...
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Change Hyper-V VM Switch of Virtual Machines using PowerShell

Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server • 2 Comments

This is one of the first post of a short blog series with some simple PowerShell scripts and...
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Recording: Scripting & Automation in Hyper-V without SCVMM now available

Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft MVP, PowerShell, Speaking, System Center, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server

Last week I had the chance to do a Webinar together with Altaro about Scripting & Automation in Hyper-V without SCVMM. Now you can...
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How to create Windows Server bootable USB media for deployment on UEFI based systems

Hardware, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, Surface, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server • 4 Comments

When you were create a USB media for PCs, notebooks and servers which were using BIOS you could use several tools to do this. Now most of...
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Move multipe Hyper-V Virtual Machines with Live Storage Migration via Windows PowerShell

Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows Server • 3 Comments

Well I was working in on a Private Cloud Deployment where we had some temporary storage for our...
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